Meet " Our Angel"...

Our Angel was born on 6th March 2006, a strapping bay filly and we are offering the opportunity to buy a share and be involved in the development of a racehorse from birth.

Shareholders in the her decided her stable name of Gina Angelina (Angel for short) and racing name in January 2008.We offer Gold and Platinum share holdings in the new foal, with guaranteed fixed future fees.

The foal will join Racing Shares on a lifetime racing lease and there are 50 Gold shares available and 2 Platinum shares, the remaining 30% of the foal are retained by Nuppend/RS, the lease ensures that the foal will return to Nuppend for retraining/rehoming after their racing career is over.

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Shares are available in our bay filly born on 6th March 2006, the foals sire is Primo Valentino who's progeny have sold for up to 85k at public auction.

Abaklea "Abbie" is a 1/2 sister to an Italian listed class horse and her  sire is Doyoun, her Dam is Akbala a 1/2 sister to 8 winners including a group winner and multiple group/listed places.

She was bred by HRH The Aga Khan and the foal is bred to be a flat 6-8 furlong racehorse.

Racing Post details

Pedigree details


Abbie was covered by Primo Valentino at Bearstone Stud in April 2005.

Angel is maturing well and is currently at Nuppend Stables near Chepstow.

As with all of our racehorses our long term plans are to race the horse with racing Shares through his/her entire career through to retirement.


Angel will be trained by Eric Alston in 2009, ideally based for shareholders in the Midlands and North to make stable visits..

Angel should step up in trip as she matures.

Three year old debut expected in around July 2009.




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Angel Oct 2006

Angel Sept 2007

Click to enlarge - 15 mins after foal is born

Abbie with new foal (at 3 days old) (1st time outside)

Abbie and her foal (Angel) 15 mins after being born

Click to enlarge - Aged 3 days

Click to enlarge - Long legs!

Our yearling as a young foal a few days old

A horses legs are full size at birth, only their joints grow